She is a Partner in the litigation and arbitration practice group at Ţuca Zbârcea & Asociaţii. She has built up a recognized business litigation practice by effectively combining a thorough understanding of the local judicial system with impressive advocacy skills as a trusted legal adviser and pleading lawyer. Such an in-depth knowledge has been pivotal in her achieving favourable results for the firm’s clients before Romanian courts at all levels, including the High Court of Cassation and Justice and the Constitutional Court of Romania. In particular, Christina Vlădescu has argued and briefed numerous complex civil and commercial cases, especially in matters concerning ownership and other real rights (restitution claims for nationalized properties and expropriation, disputes on real estate transactions), civil and commercial agreements, enforcement, various contractual and tort liability cases, corporate law litigation (shareholder disputes, withdrawals and buy-outs from the company, annulment of GMS resolutions) as well as unfair competition and insolvency matters. Christina Vlădescu also has a strong track record of success in handling disputes from a mixture of legal areas such as administrative-contentious (fiscal and customs matters, disputes involving public procurement and concessions), family and labour law. In addition, she has an important practice in managing arbitration cases. She speaks English fluently and has a good knowledge of French language.